[#WisdomWednesday] GFA Winter School on Reconfigurable Production 2020: Servitized Business Models – Xavier Boucher (IMT Mines Saint-Étienne)
On November 19th, 2020 Prof. Xavier Boucher (École de Mines de Saint-Étienne, France) gave the keynote “Servitized Business Models versus Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems” at our Winter School on Reconfigurable Production. You are cordially invited to watch the recording on Youtube.
About Xavier Boucher
Xavier Boucher is a professor in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management and research director for the Fayol Institute at École de Mines de Saint-Étienne. His research domains are:
- Industry of the Future, Digitalisation, Industry 4.0
- Servicisation, Product-Service Systems
- Modelling, Integration and Management of Production Systems
- Organisational Agility : virtual organizations, logistic networks
- Agility of Information systems
- Enterprise Architecture ; Integration of Competence Dimension in Enterprise Architecture
About the GFA Video Series and the #WisdomWednesday
Education is one of the core missions of the GFA. Therefore we have wonderful education projects in the field of industry 4.0, such as summer schools, hackathons and online courses that we organise together with leading universities in Europe. To present our education efforts to a bigger audience and share it with people all over the world, we created the GFA Video Series. Under the hashtag #WisdomWednesday we present interesting talks and keynotes every Wednesday on our website and in our social media. Stay tuned and check also our YouTube Channel.
About the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA)
The German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future is a strategic vehicle to promote close collaboration between leading European research institutions and industrial companies. It was founded by the French Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and the German Technical University of Munich (TUM). Focused on joint research, education and innovation, the Academy’s mission is to master the challenges accompanying the increasing digitalization of industry processes. Read more…